About Free The Children's Nutrition & School Garden Program
School Gardens are implemented to support a nutritious diet, supplement the meals of students, and improve the overall health of the community members. In addition, School Gardens provide a central location for students and community members to practice with new tools, or partake in advanced agricultural techniques and training. Community committees, groups or student clubs are responsible for maintaining and caring for the Gardens. Depending on the community, and the country, community members can grow a variety of nutritious foods and / or herbs, which include fruits, vegetables, herbs, spices, and flowers for beautification. School Garden produce supplement the school nutrition program while the profits from harvest sales go directly to the school.